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WILD BOAR AT GRACE - BEST ENTREE IN CITY?

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la tache burger Mar 22, 2008 04:45 PM

Had it Thursday night. It seems to me it doesn't get much better than that. Let alone that it's a meal unto itself. Other full-on entrees that compare favorably?

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    Clyde Mar 28, 2008 05:08 PM

    the Salmon at Grace was the best salmon i've ever had anywhere...

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      Nicole Mar 24, 2008 03:37 PM

      Agree that the wild boar at Grace may be the best entree in the city. Great as a stand-alone dish, but why not precede it with their amazing pork belly appetizer, and follow up with one of their incredible desserts? :)

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        la tache burger Mar 28, 2008 05:03 PM

        Yeah, had the donut, it was butterscotch that night (it was not a Wed) and it was great. Have recently tried donuts at Craft and Osteria Mozza -- I think the Grace may have been my favorite, though they're all pretty darn decent. But I'm glad you agree on the boar. So memorable.

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        djdebs Mar 23, 2008 02:43 PM

        I agree, the boar at Grace is a fantastic entree! Another favorite of mine is the venison at Josie (especially when we order a side of the fried rapini).

        1. Servorg Mar 22, 2008 05:29 PM

          Haven't tried the wily boar at Grace, but I have a feeling I would give it two very enthusiastic utensils up. I have had that same feeling during spirited consumption of the suckling pig and the short rib entree's at Lucques on more than one occasion.

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            la tache burger Mar 22, 2008 10:32 PM

            I love Lucques and those two dishes (and the steak for 2 is awesome) -- so yeah, you gotta try the wild boar at Grace.

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              mstinawu Mar 22, 2008 11:42 PM

              I never understood what all the fuss about the suckling pig at Lucques was all about. I ordered it and didn't think anything of it. I don't know, but it just might be my Chinese upbringing. We always have pork like that, except that it tastes a lot better.

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